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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 144

Size: 17.1 x 1.2 x 15.2 cm

Publisher: SPCK Publishing

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New Beginnings

We Need One Another: Responding to God's Call to Live Together

by Jean Vanier

$12.91

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'Jean Vanier brings you in touch with a place inside
yourself that few people have reached.'
Henri J. M. Nouwen

In April 2008, Jean Vanier led a simple retreat in Nyahururu, Kenya - a place that, not long before, had been shattered by violence and bloodshed. With frequent reference to the Gospel of John, Vanier communicated God's love and care to a group of deeply shaken people. His talks are offered here to 'help each one of us become messengers of peace, of mercy, and of forgiveness'.

'To be loved by those [who are famous, beautiful, and admired] gives us a good feeling. But to be loved by the poor, by those with disabilities . . . is the real place where unconditional love and healing will find us. How do we come to that practically in our lives? In this book, Jean Vanier gives us both a vision and a map.'
Ronald Rolheiser

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